Interpower® announces a low-cost, convenient source of AC power that lets you test your product before exporting globally. Common operating voltages and frequencies for global electrical products are typically 110-240VAC/50-60Hz. The Interpower International Power Source provides fast, convenient testing of AC electrical equipment at those common operating voltages and frequencies.
On May 21st 2014, Vossloh Cogifer opened its new forging unit for manufacturing forged tongues on the Vossloh Cogifer Kihn industrial site in Luxembourg. The event took place in the presence of Mr. Etienne Schneider, Deputy Prime Minister, Minister of the Economy. The whole Vossloh Cogifer and Vossloh Group Managing Board attended the opening and welcomed their major customers and partners.
Bargteheide – The complete world of drive technology at the tip of a finger: the NORD DRIVESYSTEMS website has been relaunched with a fresh look and enhanced usability on mobile devices. At www.nord.com, users from all industry sectors will find the right drive solution for any task. Product details, reference projects, and the download section are neatly arranged for PCs, tablets, and smartphones alike. Navigation is equally simple and comfortable via mouse and touchscreen. For major national markets, there are local language websites from NORD subsidiaries, for instance in Chinese, Vietnamese, and Portuguese (BR). The well-organized product section provides comprehensive information on all available gearboxes, motors, and drive electronics units as well as a special focus on energy-efficient motors. The individual product feature pages contain detailed characteristic data and include all the relevant links to documentation and software. Users can generate CAD files and 3D models in virtually no time.
Increasing class sizes and more options for finding answers to math questions online provided significant challenges to the faculty at the Shanghai Second Polytechnic University. More students meant more time and money spent on grading papers and better access to mathematics on the internet meant an increase in student cheating. The faculty and management were looking for ways to make their testing system more efficient when they were introduced to the testing and assessment tool, Maple T.A., from Maplesoft.